Los Angeles-based Vine maker Zach King shows us “magic tricks” in his series of quick-cut videos. He makes magic of mundane tasks like dressing up in the morning, frying breakfast, making money, getting into locked cars, and readying himself for bedtime.
TED-Ed tells us about the
magic science of baking cookies. In this minimalist animated short, we’re taken through the series of chemical reactions that flatten the cookie dough, kill any nasty Salmonella, and give the cookie its enticing aroma.
Have a look at The Chemistry of Cookies below.
The Lego series of games have been coming at us at a fairly steady pace, and the latest one completes the latter half of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter story. The game follows the movies far more closely than it does the books, but does it do a decent job of it? The ultimate goal of any review is to answer the question “is it worth spending money on?” Let’s find out.
The final movie for the Harry Potter franchise is out, and as happens with big movie events, a companion game, by EA, invites us to share the…magic. Is the Harry Potter swan song game a magic carpet ride, or is it a spell of certain doom? Join me on my broomstick and find out after the jump. Apparate!
Walcott’s Instant Pain Annihilator was a thing of magic in the 1860s, waging spiritual warfare against the demons of catarrh, neuralgia, headache, weak nerves, and toothache.
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via Dark Roasted Blend.